Potter Anderson Attorney Ryan Cicoski Elected a Fellow of the American Bar Foundation
Potter Anderson & Corroon LLP is pleased to announce that attorney Ryan Cicoski has been elected a Fellow of the American Bar Foundation. Fellows of the American Bar Foundation are attorneys, judges, law faculty, and legal scholars whose public and private careers have demonstrated outstanding dedication to the welfare of their communities and to the highest principles of the legal profession. Membership in The Fellows is limited to one percent of lawyers licensed to practice in each jurisdiction.
Mr. Cicoski is a member of the firm’s Litigation Group. He represents clients in a variety of corporate and commercial business litigation and arbitration. Mr. Cicoski regularly practices before the Delaware District Court, Court of Chancery and Superior Court. He has also appeared and argued before the Delaware Supreme Court. Mr. Cicoski serves on the Board of Trustees of the American Inns of Court Foundation and is Vice President of the Richard K. Herrmann Technology Inn of Court in Delaware. He is a Director and Corporate Secretary of the Delaware Bar Foundation, an Associate Member of the Delaware Board of Bar Examiners, and a Trustee for the IEP Research Foundation at the University of Pennsylvania. Mr. Cicoski is also an Honorary Overseas Member of The Commercial Bar Association of England and Wales (COMBAR), a Member of the British American Business Council, and an Adjunct Professor at Delaware Law School.
Mr. Cicoski joins his Potter Anderson colleagues who are also Fellows of the American Bar Foundation: Richard Horwitz, Joshua Martin III, Matthew O’Toole, Myron Steele, Peter Walsh, Jr., Jennifer Wasson, and Donald Wolfe Jr.
About the American Bar Foundation
The American Bar Foundation’s mission is to serve the legal profession, the public, and the academy through empirical research, publications, and programs that advance justice and the understanding of law and its impact on society. Created by the American Bar Association more than sixty years ago, and supported by annual grants from the American Bar Endowment, the ABF is an independent, non-profit organization that conducts large-scale research projects on the most pressing issues facing the legal system in the United States and the world. Research at the ABF is conducted by a residential research faculty and over 50 affiliated scholars from across the nation and the world.